Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute
Shawnee K. Vickery mostly deals with Marketing, Industrial organization, Flexibility, Supply chain and Customer retention. Her research on Marketing often connects related topics like Business case. Her work deals with themes such as Market share, Competitive advantage and Customer integration, which intersect with Industrial organization.
In her study, Human resource management, Resource management and Process management is inextricably linked to Quality, which falls within the broad field of Flexibility. Shawnee K. Vickery does research in Supply chain, focusing on Supply chain management specifically. Her study looks at the relationship between Customer retention and topics such as Customer advocacy, which overlap with Customer to customer.
Shawnee K. Vickery mainly focuses on Marketing, Industrial organization, Quality, Operations management and New product development. Shawnee K. Vickery performs integrative study on Marketing and Empirical research in her works. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Supply chain and Market share.
Shawnee K. Vickery studied Quality and Flexibility that intersect with Manufacturing engineering and Return on investment. Shawnee K. Vickery has researched Operations management in several fields, including Human resource management and Process management. Her New product development research incorporates themes from Competitor analysis, Process and Product innovation.
Shawnee K. Vickery focuses on Modularity, Systems engineering, Software engineering, New product development and Process management. Her New product development study combines topics in areas such as Industrial organization, Product innovation and Innovation management. Her Innovation management study results in a more complete grasp of Marketing.
Her research in Process management intersects with topics in Manufacturing engineering and Scope. Her work focuses on many connections between Manufacturing engineering and other disciplines, such as Dynamic capabilities, that overlap with her field of interest in Flexibility. Her Current research spans across into fields like Supply chain management and Supply chain.
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The effects of an integrative supply chain strategy on customer service and financial performance: an analysis of direct versus indirect relationships
Shawnee K Vickery;Jayanth Jayaram;Cornelia Droge;Roger Calantone.
Journal of Operations Management (2003)
Supply Chain Flexibility: An Empirical Study
Shaw nee Vickery;Roger Calantone;Cornelia Droge.
Journal of Supply Chain Management (1999)
The effects of internal versus external integration practices on time-based performance and overall firm performance
Cornelia Droge;Jayanth Jayaram;Shawnee K. Vickery.
Journal of Operations Management (2004)
Production Competence and Business Strategy: Do They Affect Business Performance?
Shawnee K. Vickery;Cornelia Droge;Robert E. Markland.
Decision Sciences (1993)
LOGISTICS SERVICE PERFORMANCE: ESTIMATING ITS INFLUENCE ON MARKET SHARE
Theodore P. Stank;Thomas J. Goldsby;Shawnee K. Vickery;Katrina Savitskie.
Journal of Business Logistics (2003)
STRATEGIC LOGISTICS CAPABILITIES FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE AND FIRM SUCCESS
Edward A Morash;Cornelia Drsoge;Shawnee K Vickery.
Journal of Business Logistics (1996)
Effect of service supplier performance on satisfaction and loyalty of store managers in the fast food industry
Theodore P Stank;Thomas J Goldsby;Shawnee K Vickery.
Journal of Operations Management (1999)
UPSTREAM SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE IN THE AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY INDUSTRY
Thomas Scannell;Shawnee Vickery;C. Droge.
Journal of Business Logistics (2000)
Dimensions of manufacturing strength in the furniture industry
Shawnee K. Vickery;Cornelia Dröge;Robert E. Markland.
Journal of Operations Management (1997)
The contribution of quality to business performance
Laura B. Forker;Shawnee K. Vickery;Cornelia L.M. Droge.
International Journal of Operations & Production Management (1996)
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